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, what we are going to talk about today is "america for sale," which is in the first week of sales. we just got notified it will come november 1st, be on "the new york times" best-seller list debuting at number 11. so we are very pleased with the success of the book, and thank you for coming out today. we will have about half an hour on want to present the book is about and then take some questions from you at the end of that time. i wrote a "america for sale" as a clarion call for action. the whole idea is to understand the circumstances that are going on right now in terms of the compromise of the united states sovereignty by what's happening to the dollar with deficits budget to be positive so the last third of this book is solutions. what we can do as a subtitle says fighting new world order, surviving the global depression and preserving u.s. sovereignty. so the themes of this book at the last third or to give solutions and call to action for how we can organize our lives, how we can organize politically in order to fight back to say no to a global new deal. now, to get everyone's
>>> making news in america this morning. >> targeted, four police officers from the same small department executed as they sat drinking coffee. now an all out search for a person of interest. >>> troop increase. thousands more americans are likely headed to afghanistan where one specific region needs them most. >> new information in tiger woods' mysterious weekend car crash on this monday, november 30th, 2009. >>> good morning, i'm linsey davis in for vinita nair. >> and i'm jeremy hubbard. breaking news from the seattle area where police have spent all night tracking down this man, maurice clemmons shown on a wanted poster in the execution-style shootings of four police officers. >> they sealed off a neighborhood where they believe clemmons may be holed up inside a home. a hostage negotiator is urging clemmons to give himself up. the murders have deeply shaken the residents in the small town of parkland. >> they weren't even on the job pulling anyone over, just trying to have their morning cup of coffee. >> reporter: investigators say the gunmen walked up to the four and shot
. these are not attainable cuts without eventually rationing health care in america and rationing health care for our senior citizens who have earned these benefits and we have guaranteed them these benefits. and for the life of me how the aarp can support this 2,000-page legislation is beyond my imagination. seniors all over america and all over the state of arizona, including the 330,000 senior citizens in my state that are under the medicare advantage program, which is going to be drastically cut by som some $120 billion, are outraged. and the more they find out about it, the more angry they've become. so here we are, as my colleague from the great state of iowa and a leader on health care just articulated, in a totally partisan measure before the united states senate in which no member on this side of the aisle has been consulted in any way -- i would point out to my colleagues historically there has never been a major reform implemented by the congress of the united states unless it's by a -- unless it's bipartisan in nature and i don't believe that the american people want this 2,000-and-some-page mon
to yourself, there's no with a hoe long to issue in america stai today. jobs. all that and hate the winter? don't fear cold. make money from it. johnathan hone i go tells you how. here and only here. your money, your life and staying ahead of the game, "cashin' in" starts now. >> continuing fallout from climategate. is it about to save america's economy? preaching global warming. found to be snowe is this just what the economy order centered hello i'm cheryl welcome to "cashin' in." our "cashin' in" crew for the week. hello. joining us this week is director of public citizens energy program tyson slocombe. welcome to everybody, you said climategate is the just what our economy needed. why do you say that, sir? >> this is best thing possible for our economy and climate. i've been in antarctica. i believe open? environmental seentist fo this does glirp if these boeing gus tine assists zpwhow >> tyson, let me read you one of these emails. we can't account for global warming right now. >> these are just kipal of emails by some sloppy scientists. the fact is that the changes to our climate is a
in honduras. reaction to the victory could set america at odds with others in the region. it is 7:00 a.m. in washington, midday in london and 4:00 and afternoon in dubai where further revelations about its debt crisis have sent jitters through the region. the news thathe state's main property vehicle has asked for trading in some of its bonds has -- to be suspended and sent share prices tumbling in dubai and neighboring out the dhabi. reaction around the region has been mixed. asian stocks rose but experts warn the trouble will make investors look twice at government bonds in general and by's as a growth model in particular. >> the middle east first chance to react to this shocking announcement and as expected, markets fell. but with the dubai market down 7% and of the doubt become 8%, not as bad as many expected and feared. many expected 10% fall was all but inevitable. indications of just aren't investors were the ones pulling out their money. locals choosing instead to sit out the storm. >> a little down. everything will be better in -- >> some comfort that losses were not as steep
. of course, the jobs summit coming up. but this is what people in america are talking about. how in the world did this happen? a couple of reality star wannabes walk into the white house on -- you know, the white house on pennsylvania avenue, the one where the presidents have been living all these years, and shakes hands with the president of the united states. look at that picture. the prime minister of india is standing a few feet away. now, then they go have -- let's get a picture with joe. joe's a good guy. can i get my hands on the vice president? apparently they've been used to doing this kind of stuff. look, folks. let me play this for just a moment. what if they were experts in martial arts? what if they had some kind of poison or undetectable drug on them? the secret service failed big-time here. now they're scrambling to figure out, oh, gosh, what went wrong? the "washington post" had this report. these folks, they were allowed inside, in violation of secret service policies by an outside officer of the front gate who was persuaded by the couple's manner and insistence as well as pr
., citigroup, bank of america. the airlines have been positive all throughout the morn ing. maybe just on the fact that oil seems to be topping out. the international air transportation association made comments a few days ago on stronger air transportation. finally the steel stocks also having a great day. goldman sachs made positive comments on the overall group and upgraded u.s. steel. catalyst is simple. they think steel prices have bottomed, the chinese are active and the weak dollar will help steel. >> most of the stocks are down. the verdict is kind of mixed on the weekend. shoppers were clearly out in full force for black friday weekend. they were lured by big bargains. according to the national federation of retailers traffic was up better than 13% but shoppers surveyed spent about 8.5% less than last year. shopper track estimates friday's sales were up half a percent. the nrf says total spending for black friday weekend was flat at $41 billion. still, they saw signs of pent up consumer demand. >> there's a good deal of frugal fatigue for the consumer. they've done a great job
them and thankful for them and believe in them. because of them i still believe in america and its future. while i came to your cities to introduce you to the christmas stories you introduced me to your children and grandchildren that you'll fight for. you give me hope. that's my view. [ applause ] and i welcome your view. you can go to and e-mail me your comments. i'm hopingly hear from you today. my first guest played the role of match maker on the popular game show "love connection." but boy, this were plenty of times when he struggled just to keep peace between the contestants. there were times he struggle to keep peace in the contestants. >> did you enjoy dinner? >> no. >> at least i wasn't trying to pick up the waiter. >> i had to talk to somebody. >> well, the participants on his show didn't always find love. he didn't have much affection for politicians who think they're too good to get dumped. welcome chuck woolery! [ applause ] >> hello, chuck! >> hello. >> mike: how are you? nice to see you. >> i think one of the most quotable, one of the most quotable l
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or not it creates mass relief for the struggling homeowners of america, that is entirely different story. host: i think that even argue that it has not. 57% of all mortgages modified through fannie mae have defaulted again within 12 months. if you were in trouble before, the majority of people getting help are still in trouble. >> this program was supposed to help 3 million people. only 650,000 homeowners are involved in the initial stages. as of september 1 only 1711 homeowners have had their monthly payments permanently reduce. that at a cost of $27 billion. that is what has been spent on this program. three to 4 million were hoped to be held. 650,000 in the initial stages of the program. only 100 -- only 1711 received reductions. bill: is this getting anywhere? >> the problem is that it is an intensely bureaucratic confusion of paper work on both sides, plus an avalanche of foreclosures in the marketplace and underlying everything is unemployment. people are not buying homes in this environment. bill: the unemployment rate might be 10% but it is higher when you consider the people underemploye
as a result of the contributions of the european union, america and some of the richest countries of the world. we will do everything in our power to secure a climate change agreement in copenhagen. >> thank you, mr. speaker. whatever are the individual speakers on afghanistan there's clarity on the mission. the prime minister has said we're in afghanistan to protect british people against terrorism. and yet almost in the same breath threatens to pull out of the country if president karzai can't clean up his corrupt government. these are contradictory messages they are sending out mixed signals. can the prime minister now square that circle?vu >> we are in the country because of the threat to britain. a threat that has been seen over eight years as a result of projected and actual terrorist defenses in our country. three-quarters of which come from afghanistan and pakistan and mainly the borders of pakistan. that is why we are there to protect the streets of britain. i was right to ask president karzai to give us assurances about how in his second term he would tackle corruption. he has now an
, anthony, america's largest banks are raising the cost now of paying with plastic? >> reporter: they have been for quite a while, katie. bank of america sent out this notice to 40 million credit card customers today. to put into plain english, the rates and fees they can expect. the bank and its competitors have been raising interest rates in recent months with some bow rohrers now paying well over 20%. your credit card company may be about to send you a holiday greeting. the cost of using your credit card is going up. half of all lenders plan to raise interest rates and reduce credit limits on their most qualified borrowers, according to a resent survey by the federal reserve. >> it's a crime. it's crazy. total crime. >> reporter: sandy knight of dallas just received a letter from citibank increasing the interest rate on her card to 29.99%. she tried to fight it, but citibank wouldn't budge. >> so i said, well, i really hope you can sleep at night. >> reporter: the reign of terror continues. they're doing what they do because they can. >> reporter: adam levin of says the banks
three had a hell bent energy to make themselves successful with the backdrop of segregation in america and i think they thought they could fight their way into the headlines from adam clayton powell and church politics around america with the u.s. congress and sammy davis, jr., nightclubs in the forties and fifties and sugar ray robinson as a peer championship vacillate. >> host: we are very bad teaching history and the civil-rights movement is taught as if it sprung fully from tastefully formed from dr. king as if there was no groundwork laid before that but in all three men the use the evidence of that groundwork and california idea that we will challenge racism in ways that maybe will inspire people with a lot of unintended consequences and with sugar ray robinson there is a brilliant chapter about his experience in the u.s. army and comparing and contrasting his demeanor as a corporal in the u.s. army with the experience of his running buddy joe louis. can you speak about his army experience? he was a young fighter but very famous. what was his experience in the army and how did he
and the horse and buggies early in the morning. >> i got out and saw america too. >> what did you see? >> i walked from the upper west side to the upper east side. kind of crazy over there. >> did you? i didn't even get that far. >> took kate ice skating. it was a lot of fun. i saw all sides of america. >> i'm sure you did. it is good to be back. >> have you ever been over to the east side? >> no. what's it like? >> it's a strange land. >> it is. >> it's a strange, strange land. >> we have an interesting panel this morning. willie is here. chrystia is back there pimping. >> and also stephen a. smith in philadelphia is with us. we're going to be talking about this tiger story. i have to say, willie, leave him alone. he has all these endorsements. it's important. there's nothing on the sleeve of golf balls that says, if you buy these golf balls, you get to figure out what's going on with tiger's life. >> the story is a bit suspicious. he's the most marketable athlete in the world. what does that mean for him? think about kobe bryant. he allegedly did something worse than this. >> he was frame
challengesacing america's future. and adtional funding is provided by the following supporters- > hello and good evening. i'm ljit dhaliwal. imagine here in the united stes that they held vote to ban a wel-known religious symbol, the spe of a church, t's say, because some fel threatened by it. well, at has happened in switrland where voters have approved ban on the building of minarets,he towershat are a typical pa of mosques. the vote in a nationa referendum was57% for the ban, which was aimed at stopping further islamition in switzerland, in t words of the naonalist party that supported it. but the vote was widely criticized by islamic groups today. anfrance's foreign minter called it an expression of intolerance. tonight's "lead focus the controversl swiss move and analysis oit beginningith jane dodge of it >> reporter: tre are only four of them in switzerland, but that's four tooany acording to thecountry'slargest pay. and now it seems t swiss public agrees. in a result that surprisedmany, 57% of voteoted a ban on the building of minarets. the country's f right sss ople's party who are behin
of the year, they come with the best coverage in america. you snooze you lose. hey! i'll take it! let the chevy red tag event begin. now during the chevy red tag event, get 0 percent apr for 72 months on most '09 models. see red and save green. now at your local chevy dealer. >>> listen up. expect delays on met troats' red line tonight. trains are trying to get on schedule after a fight on at the chinatown stop. police say two guy were it this fighting and one pushed the other in to a stopped train. the victim was taken to the hospital with back and neck injuries. >>> another metro crash over the weekend. the cost of this one $9 million at least. luckily it didn't cost any lives. three employees were hurt. it happened on sunday morning. beth parker is live with th news edge. beth? it. >> it happened again the latest metro crash was far less serious than the one that killed nine people in june. however, it is not stopping people from making comparisons. this happened o sunday morning. the last train of the night was rolling in to the west falls church rail yard. for some reason, the tr
of tax dollars to depend america in my point of view. >> what are we looking at in afghanistan? >> reporter: today the white house and the president himself is briefing key allies. he has a briefing with the australian president -- he is doing a tell conference with prime minister gordon brown, also to brief him on exactly what his new afghanistan strategy will be. he met here last night, and there was one final meeting, almost more of getting everybody on the same page type of meeting, making sure they are all saying the same thing is what the president will say tomorrow night. he has a tricky proposition. he has to talk domestically, particularly to the base who are very uneasy about the idea of escalating the war int 1200 >>> he can buy time with the folks that are war weary. >>> last but not least, the party crashers from the state dinner, should they press charges? they want a full review how they got through the security check points and into the white house uninvited. two senators are calling for the couple to be charged. trespassing or lying to an officer seem to be the
by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute hello, america, welcome to the program. i'm a little heavier. i want to talk to you a little bit about the health of our nation and everybody else is going to talk about healthcare. that's what they're talking about in washington. here is the only thing you need to know about healthcare today, real quick in a nutshell. $1 trillion is what they say this will cost, the cato institute just did this, this is the way it normally works. the government takes money from you, right? they tax you. then they take that money, and they spend it, and they say we're going to build a bridge, or they're going to give it to some corporation to build a bridge that they have chosen. right? tax and spend. healthcare, tax and spend, $1 trillion. well, cato has just found there is a new game being played and this is only going to cost you $1 trillion. the government, for the first time, ever, is going to mandate something new. the government is going to mandate that you spend your money at this corporation with these peop
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of a hell bent energy to make themselves successful against the backdrop of segregation in america. and i think that they thought if they could fight their way into the headlines, adam clayton powell and church politics around america, u.s. congress, sammy davis jr., night clubs in the 1940's and 50's and than sugar ray robinson has a pure championship athlete. >> host: i think we are bad at teaching history in this country and oftentimes the civil rights movement is taught is as if it is spring forward from dr. king in the 50's as if there wasn't groundwork laid before that. and in all three men as well you see evidence of that ground work and the idea of we are going to challenge racism in ways that may be will inspire people and unintended consequences if you will, and about to take it to sugar ray robinson you have a brilliant chapter in the book about the experience in the u.s. army and comparing and contrasting his demeanor as i believe a corporal in the u.s. army with the experience of the sort of running buddy joe louis. can you speak a little bit about sugar ray robinson's experi
in the united states of america. a very audacious objective with brilliantly executed jeans. she then spent the rest of her life trying to convince the local governments miami-dade county and miami beach to develop the ordinances and other necessary legal mechanisms to protect this a national historic district. unfortunately she died three years before the full realization of her ever. but now there is a st. i believe it is tenth st. which is named for barber. eyesight her because she is the kind of person and that i believe all americans can be if they have a sufficient amount of internal self-confidence and a willingness to acquire the competencies' to be an effective citizen. this book, it "america the owner's manual" is devoted to preparing all americans for active and effective and honorable citizenship. i have defined and in this is totally my doing, but what are the 10 essentials skills of effective citizenship? barbara had most of those skills. she had the skills through her experience in marketing with a knowing the customer and how to influence the customer because of her backgrou
and hears them and i'm thankful for them and believe in them and because of that i still believe in america and its future. while i came to your cities to introduce to you my christmas stories you introduced me to your children and grandchildren air going to fight for and you give me hope of the that's my view and i welcome your view. you can go to mike and click on the fox news feedback section and e-mail your comments and i'm hoping i'm going to hear from you today. well, my first guest played the role of matchmaker on the popular game show love connection. but boy, there were plenty of times when he struggled just to keep peace between the contestants. >> how about dinner, did you enjoy that? >> no. >> chuck, she's got the personality of a fork and that's something she didn't-- >> at least i wasn't trying to pick up the waiter. >> i had to talk to somebody. >> yeah. >> ooh! >> well, the participants on his show didn't always find love and he didn't have much affection for politicians who think they're too good to get dumped. so ladies and gentlemen, please welcome chuck wool
, a special thanksgiving message from president oba. >> coming up, president obama wants america to give thanks by sharing the bounty. mmm. mmm. has he seen the deficit? >> sharing our wealth is a common theme from the white house. here's part of president obama's annual pro stock la may go. >> i encourage all the people of the united states to come together to express appreciation to those whose lives enrich our own. ben, are you going to get a social security check or iou because with $12 trillion in debt i don't know if there's any bounty left to share? >> well, i'm not going to get social security. this is city a country in which well to do people have a lot to give to less we forpe there's no more money throughout mr. obama for you to spend on your fantasy projects. weaver broke. >> there are some people out there. an andy warhol silk screen went for big money. but you brought up a point. it's somebody making $250,000 or $300,000 or the small business owner. >> everybody will feel the pain. it channels down this past year, $3.5 trillion were spent tor snore but you have to have som
another $100 billion in stimulus even though america's economy has lost 3 million jobs since the first stimulus having some folks remind us insanity snow so is doing more intimidate will you explain to welcome to "forbes on fox." let's go in focus with steve forbes. by the way how capitalism will save us is literally flying off book shels everywhere. also joining us our panel. david: so is this insane? >> david, it's clinically insane. now you can understand the process that leads to thcht the democrats are now here's the anyone an 12k4i -- part of this is capital constraint. but when i go around the country to talk to small business peep, they are playing defence because they are worried about health care, cap and trade and forced unionization. so the irony, the inst. san to the best of my recollection you are purviewing they were he comes to a burning house and throws water on the house and see the house was charred and say gee it's not going to work. but right now there's no one else spending. i think we do zpwhove -- we do need a second stimulus but a reaganesque stimulus, that is
. he leads one of america's largest congregations in his saddleback church in california. pastor rick warren joins us for a discussion on faith and charity. then, he's the world's richest man, founder of computer giant microsoft. together with his wife, melinda, bill gates also runs the largest private charitable foundation in the world. they're here exclusively to discuss their mission to improve global health and education. but first, our focus on giving thanks and helping others during a tumultuous period in our country economically and politically. with us pastor, best-selling author, and be no stranger to washington, rick warren. pastor rick warren, welcome back to "meet the press." i will call you pastor rick. >> just call me rick. just call me for dinner. >> what is testing the faith of americans, do you think, as you approach this holiday season? >> well, no doubt about the economy, the war in afghanistan, but also i just think the political visions are a big deal that the coarsening of our society, demonizing differences. those things need to be dealt with. >> we think about
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. >> reporter: bank of america is launching what it calls a credit card clarity campaign. so beginning tomorrow, it's going send out one page summaries to 40 million of its customers and the letter is going to have the following, it's going to include interest rates to pay for what you buy for balance transfers, cash advances, it's also going to have payment information on how to keep your account in good standing. it's going to spell out all of the fees you're likely to pay, annual transaction and late fees. now, all of this coming after a lot of confusion and outrage with card companies hitting consumers are with those exorbitant late fees. they're making all of these changes before the new legal reforms are going to take effect that are going to restrict their ability to make these changes. so you know, they've cut their credit limits, raised interest rates and their fees. some of them are trying to make consumer-friendly changes ahead of the new reform laws that take effect in february. tony that includes bank of america, trying to be more friendly, i think. >> well, yeah. so allison, are t
america today being flown by air line pilots. 70 percent of those are alpa members. we strive every day to deliver safe product. every day on every flight pilots make hundreds of decisions. if those decisions are correct, you don't read about them. you get to your destination and you did not even know. airplanes are mechanical machines. guess what? they break. pilots handle those things. let us talk about when there is an incident or distraction or when pilots make mistakes. what we have developed over the last decade or so are programs called aviation safety action programs. as professionals, what do we do? we don't hide the fact that we made a mistake. we tell our company, which tell the faa -- would tell the authorities and each other so we can identify the mistake. that is the height of being a professional. one who can admit, i'm a human being, and made a mistake, how can i help iran someone else from making that same error. host: laptops, are the tools that could be used in airplanes? there were concerns about the regulations. guest: laptops are being integrated into the cockpit.
>>> good morning, america, on this monday, november 30th. man hunt as we await, police surround a house searching for the man who shot four police officers execution style. when they stopped for their morning cup of coffee. we have the latest from the scene as police move in. >>> tiger woods, what he says about that early morning accident that sent him to the hospital and the new questions and details from police. >>> open house. we show you exactly how the couple who crashed the white house state dinner got past the secret service as congress launches an investigation. >>> and close call. holiday shoppers watch an aerial gymnast fall 30 feet to the floor. the young woman survives as retailers assess the risk the morning after. >>> and good morning to all of you. we hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving. diane sawyer with robin roberts and this morning, of course, we are following this ongoing drama unfolding as you wake up this morning as police are determined to find the person who killed four of their own. >> it had happened over the holiday weekend. a lone gunman opened fire
clients who are in corporate america, we're seeing that pick up. we're seeing inventories were low going into this. we still like the technology sector. really very broad in the technology sector, just not one area. they have boat loads of cash, major players out there. we're going to see a lot of merge and acquisition activity in that area. we've seen some already. it's going to continue throughout the beginning of the year. >> richard and roy, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> you know what it is. cyber monday. more people came out to shop on black friday. but spent less. electronics always hot items this time of year. how are sales fairing? what are the big friends? cnbc's silicon valley bureau chief jim goldman joins us from a best buy store in san jose, california, with more. >> reporter: good afternoon to you, michelle. this best buy in silicon valley just getting started for the day. not very prouded. the lines are a little shorter than anticipated here on black friday but nonetheless very busy indeed. black friday as you said may have shown some signs of life for
moving toward more freedom. china, india, countries around the world, in latin america. as we move toward more freedom, i think over the long run, emerging markets, not only have been good investments over the past decade, or 15 years, but i think probably will be over the next 10, 15, or 20. you just have to be disciplined when you do it. >> right. and i think so you need professional help. i don't think this is the type of thing to plan on your own. you can if you want to be more of a speculator or market timer. really pay attention to this stuff. you can't just kind of -- i don't think you can take any particular country and say 20 years from now it will be better than it is now. >> i'm glad you got at least one disagreement in there. it does my heart good. it is the holidays. >>> black friday is traditionally the super bowl for brick and mortar retailers. find out which e-tailers will be the big winners towards online shopping. ♪ yes, you're lovely... ♪ what do you think? hey, why don't we use our points from chase sapphire and take a break? we can't. sure, we can. the points don'
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the past two years. last year alone we invested more than any other public company in america. and at at&t we support a national plan that makes high speed internet available to every american family in the next five years - because we know that now is not the time to stall momentum or to stifle innovation or investment. the future is at stake, and at at&t, the future has always been and at at&t, the future has always been our business. at&t... your world... delivered. >>> police in montgomery county tonight investigating a deadly accident on muncaster mill road near avery road in rockville. it happened around 2:45 this morning. police say a car and a motorcycle crashed in to each other. the person on the motorcycle, 26-year-old died. no word on what caused the accident. right now avery road is still closed while police investigate. >>> it has been a rough year to say the least for metro and over the weekend things got a little worse. another metro crash. and this time it happened in a rail yard. three employees were hurt. fox 5's beth parker has been looking in to this today. she is joi
the fire out there. >> the bottom line is you are allowed in the united states of america to take your car and crash into, you can drive a demolition derby in your driveway if you choose to as long as you are not putting in an insurance claim and damaging or hurting any one else. it doesn't appear that he committed any crime and he has a constitutional right as an american and just because he is a celebrity doesn't mean he loses his rights, of just keeping his mouth shut and closing his door and handling this in the private way that he chose to handle it. >> what do you think? >> the statement itself is not surprising to me. tiger has always maintained his privacy to a great deal. it is going to continue to fuel the rumors out there and the media is still going to investigate exactly what happened that night and certainly reflects back a little bit to the reports that we put out two days before the accident that he had been involved according to a woman in a romantic relationship and a cheating scandal. >> now, you spoke with this woman, the alleged mistress. >> yes, i spoke with rachel uc
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the past two year last year alone we invested more than any other public company in america. and at at&t we support a national plan that makes high speed internet available to every american family in the next five years - because we know that now is not the time to stall momentum or to stifle innovation or investment. the future is at stake, and at at&t, the future has always been and at at&t, the future has always been our business. at&t... your world... delivered. ( music throughout ) hey bets, can i borrow a quarter? sure, still not dry? i'm trying to shrink them. i lost weight and now some clothes are too big. how did you do it? simple stuff. eating right and i switched to whole grain. whole grain... studies show that people who eat more whole grain tend to have a healthier body weight. multigrain cheerios has five whole grains... and 110 calories per lightly sweetened serving. more grains. less you. multigrain cheerios. >> you are watching abc 7's "good morning washington," with doug mckelway, alison starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather, and lisa baden, traffic. this i
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that we are prepared and america can continue to be competitive. so i think your question says, how do we do that? and it's got to be a three-pronged answer. i think we need to find new spectrum, i think we need to leverage the spectrum that exists currently more efficiently, and i think we need to encourage new technologies and innovation in that area. >> host: and you've also talked about be more flexible with spectrum policy. what do you mean by that? >> guest: that really goes to my rev languaging the current -- leveraging the current spectrum management. what i'm talking about there is a more vibrant secondary market, i'm talking about sharing spectrum both commercial and federal, and i think that there's a lot that can be done in those areas. they almost all depend on a better database than currently exists, so i think one of the recommendations you're going to see is that we have a more user-friendly, more thorough database that can be used up to, on a, you know, hour to hour, minute to minute basis. >> host: commissioner baker, you talked about finding new spectrum. a couple of we
family can get more out of less. smooooooth. [ female announcer ] charmin ultra soft. america's softest bath tissue. >>> it is wjz, maryland's news administration. >>> we are now in the 6:00 hour, and wrapping up november in fairly nice fashion and starting out a new week of working and commuting. christy will have the latest on that. tim williams is in for marty in first warning weather. >> we are ening oen a mild note. yesterday we got to just around 67. today about 10 cooler than that, but still, above the normal temperature for the last day of november. take a look at your forecast. starting in the 50s area wide we will get up to a high with rain moveing into the region this afternoon of about 57, back down into the 40s for tonight. we stay mild, the rain doesn't stay with us but it will be moving through this afternoon, late this morning into early afternoon. we have the complete updated forecast coming up. >>> thank you, christy if nor sharon gee gibala, no problems on delays in either direction. as for the beltway, an easy ride in and around. we industrial the crash to watch for
america in 2008. brazil was mentioned as an your area of strength. whirlpool's brazilian sales up 40% in its most recent quarter. what were they doing before? i mean, what were they using if it's up 40%? i mean, holy cow. must be stones and water. you want something in the middle. between the jarreden and whirlpool, new name. new rubbermaid. nwl. another name that reported better than expected growth in october. this is a company in the process of a transformation that should make it more profitable. rubbermaid has been getting out of existing low margin commoditized product lines since the fourth quarter of 2008. mark ketchum's running it. he's really smart. by the end of this year the company expects commoditized products to represent only 4% of sales, down from 12% in 2007, 44% in twoolth. th 2003. this company's been shutting down manufacturing facilities, moving them overseas. 80, now down to 40. and the company's outsourcing more and more of its production. source production up from 2005. that's not what we want as americans trying to put people to work. it's what we want as ru
option. hello? host: go ahead. caller: the public option is the one thing that america can do for its citizens. once you pay your premium, that premium is gone. if you do not pay the premium next time for any reason, you are out of luck. the only thing that america can do for its citizens is to make sure that whenever they cannot pay the premium for any reason, there is one other fact. a war is not more pressing than the health of americans. we are at war because 3000 americans were killed on 9/11. not to take anything away from those events, but health care kills more people in america than anything else. thank you. host: let's take a look at comments that bernie sanders made yesterday. he was talking with george stephanopoulos. >> will you support a filibuster if the public option is not included? >> let me say this -- the reason i am a strong supporter of and enhance public option are twofold. one, the american people do not trust private insurance companies. they understand that the function of a private insurance company is not to provide health care, it is to make as much money
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